Mamiya RB67 Pro

Released 1970

I’ve been shooting medium format for a while, but all of my other medium format cameras have one thing in common: they are inexpensive cameras with poor, fixed lenses. To me, 120 film is about high resolution and precision, and you just don’t get that from a Kodak Brownie. So I saved up, and bought a Mamiya RB67, a professional SLR camera with interchangeable lenses.

Mamiya RB67 Professional
Mamiya RB67 Professional

At a glance

Lens Mamiya RB mount
Film 120 6×7cm
Focus SLR waist level finder
Meter None


  1. […] I took my RB67 for a walk along the Severn Beach, underneath the second Severn Crossing and towards the older one. […]

  2. […] on a camera that doesn’t have a self-timer is pretty hard, so I decided to pose with my fun camera and use my digital camera to take the […]

  3. […] to have the colour one developed. As I said in the other post, it was the first time I had used my Mamiya RB67 and it was tricky getting to grips with how to use it effectively. Here, I accidentally […]

  4. […] only take one kind of film, but can shoot more than one size of image on that film – e.g. the Mamiya RB67 which takes 120 film but can shoot 6×7 or […]

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